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Ricciardo keeps on smiling

With his trademark smile still in place, Daniel Ricciardo has sought to put a brave face on his disqualification from the Australian GP as the escalating controversy threatens to cast a lengthy shadow over the start of the 2014 season.Red Bull have vowed to contest the decision to expel their driver from the race - a verdict which was delivered, to the consternation of both the British and Australian press, over five hours after Ricciardo crossed the line behind race winner Nico Rosberg. It was a heartbreaking outcome for Ricciardo after an assured debut weekend for Red Bull in which he consistently outpaced World Champion Sebastian Vettel before running in second place from start to finish...
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